PARTIAL LIST OF BOOKS
Works in progress:
Andis Company (100-year family business history)
Founded in 1922, Andis Company is a leading manufacturer of handheld tools to trim, cut, curl, straighten and dry hair. The company’s products are purchased in more than 90 countries by barbers and salon professionals, consumers, hotels, motels, resorts, small animal groomers and large animal groomers and shearers.
St. Joseph’s Academy (150-year school history)
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the college preparatory school’s 150-year anniversary in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The book will recount St. Joseph’s journey from a small school and orphanage to its larger mission today of educating young women to become responsible and unifying members of the world community.
Sunsweet Growers (100-year brand food history)
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 100-year history of Sunsweet Growers, a 300-plus grower cooperative established in 1917 in California.
Atlanta Sand & Supply (family business history)
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the fourth generation sand manufacturing family business, with mining operations in central Georgia.
Georgia On The Rocks (Geologic tour guide of Georgia)
A colorful and informative travel book about the geological history of Georgia’s state parks and natural wonders, authored by Chuck Hill, a career geologist, scholar, and world traveler who has researched and photographed every geological region of Georgia.
Athens Academy (50-year history)
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 50-year history of Athens Academy, founded in 1966 in Athens, Georgia.
IDEAL Industries (100-year history)
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 100-year history of IDEAL Industries, founded in 1916 in Chicago and continuing today as a fourth-generation family-owned business.
The Allison Way
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 100-year history of Allison Transmission, founded in 1915 by Jim Allison, who also established the Indianapolis Speedway in the same year.
Spirit of the Pearl: The Life, Legend, and Legacy of T.D. “Dobie” Holden
A co-authored book about a legendary football coach from southern Mississippi whose remarkable collegiate win-loss records paralleled his pioneering influence on college football, fellow coaches who he mentored, and the many players who say they learned invaluable life principles under his tutelage.
The Mayfield Family Story
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 100-year history of Mayfield Dairy Farms, founded in 1912 in Athens, Tennessee.
The Hillman Story
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 50-year history of The Hillman Group, founded in 1964 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A co-authored business book focused on Enterprise Resource Planning implementations in the context of a fictional story about a struggling, family-owned manufacturing business.
St. Christopher’s School: One Hundred Years
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 100-year history of St. Christopher’s School, founded in 1911 in Richmond, Virginia.
Georgia Flight: The History of Aviation in Georgia
The coffee-table book developed and published by The Storyline Group with underwriting support and in partnership with Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, Epps Aviation, the Technical College System of Georgia, the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame, and a number of aviation-related companies and non-profit organizations.
Revolutions: 100 Years of Wheelabrator Group
A commemorative coffee-table book documenting the 100-year history of Wheelabrator Group, founded in 1908.
History of the Brock Candy Company
Commemorative coffee-table history book documenting the four generations of Brock family ownership leading up to the company’s decision to become a public company in 1994.
History of Herr Foods
Commemorative history book documenting the 50-year history of Herr Foods, founded in 1946 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The Featherbone Principle
The Featherbone Spirit
The Gift of Renewal
Hooked at the Roots
Series of business and life-principle books authored by Charles E. “Gus” Whalen, former chairman and CEO of The Warren Featherbone Company and founder of The Warren Featherbone Foundation. The books, co-authored by Phillip Bellury, were published by the foundation and promoted through Whalen’s speaking engagements, his leadership in promoting manufacturing, leadership and community building.